At its last four annual conventions, the American Society of International Law has hosted what has amounted to a long-running debate among Supreme Court justices over the use of foreign and international law in their decisionmaking.

On Thursday, Justice Anthony Kennedy, who has been a lightning rod in the debate, addressed the convention and barely mentioned the issue, preferring instead to focus on the topic of genocide �– and how lawyers have a responsibility to work against it.

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